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Tutor fired for sending inmate postcard loses appeal bid
Tutor fired for sending inmate postcard loses appeal bid

A prison tutor who lost her job after sending a prisoner a postcard has failed in a bid to take her case to the Court of…

Owen Glenn and Greg Whittred: Raising new breed of superstars

The University of Auckland is about to take a plunge into uncharted waters: A series of never-before-seen initiatives aimed…

How Uber-type jobs are driving inequality

Non-standard work has grown much faster than traditional employment following the economic crash of 2008.

Good bosses care for staff well-being

Welcome to my regular series My Light Bulb Moment. This column highlights a blinding flash of insight business, cultural…

Career decision belongs to your children
Career decision belongs to your children

Though it's fine to suggest career choices, it's wrong to impose them, especially your own unfulfilled career dreams.

The end of the overeducated barista era?
The end of the overeducated barista era?

The era of the overeducated barista in America is coming to a close.

Kiwis braver in bonus gamble
Kiwis braver in bonus gamble

Maybe you buy a Lotto ticket, have a flutter on the horses or even try your luck at the blackjack table, but would you gamble…

Inflation expectations creep higher in June survey
Inflation expectations creep higher in June survey

Businesses have lifted their expectations for inflation, sapping immediate pressure on the Reserve Bank to cut interest…

Employment

Pharmacist guilty of selling morphine
Pharmacist guilty of selling morphine

A former pharmacist who was found guilty of selling and supplying drugs to clients had his registration…

Sacked gym manager awarded $6000

A gym manager who lost his job after returning from holiday to find several complaints had been made against him has been…

Auckland property market fuelling architecture jobs

Job listings in the design and architecture industry have surged 49 per cent in the past year.

Company ordered to pay for tea breaks

The Meatworkers Union claimed for monies owed by Lean Meats after the company failed to provide paid rest breaks which it…

Nail technician cleared to raise grievance
Nail technician cleared to raise grievance

A nail beautician who says she was verbally harassed and forced to switch off her cellphone by an associate…

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Management

Henri Eliot: Commitment critical for directors on not for profit boards Henri Eliot: Commitment critical for directors on not for profit boards

We need to think of not for profit board seats as…

Can online personality tests get the best hire? Can online personality tests get the best hire?

Employers are adding online personality tests to their…

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